Family and Systemic Constellations

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AUSTRALIA
Byron Bay Region
Awareness Play
Practice Group for Facilitators
Nemi Nath, Peak States


Brisbane Region
Angelika Schenk
Brenda Sutherland
Diane Viola
Margarete Koenning
Yildiz Sethi


Sydney Region
Academy of System Dynamics
Diane Viola
Ann Harrison
Beatriz Leoncini
Core Connection
Frank Breuer
Jonine Lee Gabay
Maria Dolenc
Philip Bailey
Steve Vinay Gunther
Suzanne Butz
Practice Group for Facilitators

Melbourne Region
Practice Group for Facilitators
Brenda Sutherland
Workshops for Facilitators
Hania Gorski
Barker Kathryn
Catherine Ingram-Silver
Chris Walsh
Dean Mason
Doug Smith
Judith Richardson
Lesley Baragwanath
Libby Nottle
Preeti Helena


Adelaide Region
Chris Walsh
Yildiz Sethi
Blogs and Forums
Current Trends in Constellation
Trauma and Human Condition
Constellation Flow
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Systemaufstellungen
Systemic Constellations Association



EUROPE
Berlin Region
Peer Practice for Facilitators


Bonn Region
Wilfried Nelles


Brussels Region
Ben Eyckmans


Budapest Region
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Bajka Zsuzsa
Dr Agocs Gabriella
Dr. Kovács Antal
Pálmai Dezso
Rudnicai Margit
Toth Julianna


Cork Region, Ireland
Colette Green


Edinbur Region
Clare Crombie


Frankfurt Region
Dr Albrecht Mahr


Freiburg Region
Bertold Ulsamer
 

Graz Region
Guni Leila Baxa APSYS
Christine Blumenstein-Essen


London Region
Barbara Morgan
Constellation Workshops
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Vivian Broughton


Munchen Region
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Systemaufstellungen
Hunter Beaumont
Jakob Schneider
Svagito R. Liebermeister
Thomas Bryson
Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert
Stephan Hausner
Victoria Schnabel
Dr. Ursula Franke-Bryson
Peer Practice for Facilitators


Prague Region
Denisa Palecková


Stockholm Region
Anita Goldman
Isabell Hermelin


Wurtzburg Region
Dr Albrecht Mahr
Zurich Region
Rachelle Fürer






Blogs and Forums
Current Trends in Constellation
Trauma and Human Condition
Constellation Flow
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Systemaufstellungen
Systemic Constellations Association



NORTH AMERICA
Boulder Colorado
Jack Blackwell


Calgary
Annette Aubrey
Dr Karen Massey
Patricia K. Robertson


Cincinnati
Carolyn Zahner 


Connecticut
Dr. J Edward Lynch 
Peer Practice for Facilitators


North Carolina Region
Joseph Malinak
Sheila Saunders


Philadelphia Region
Michael J Reddy
San Francisco Region
Beth Meredith
Eric Storm
Peer Practice for Facilitators
US Constellation Conference


Seattle Region
Christina Wright-Lonheim
Dan Booth Cohen PhD 
Ed Ferrigan 
Nicole Barthel


Toronto Region
Eimear O'Neill 
Peer Practice for Facilitators


Tucson Region
Anngwyn St. Just PhD
David C Rupley, Jr, MD

Blogs and Forums
Current Trends in Constellation
Trauma and Human Condition
Constellation Flow
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Systemaufstellungen
Systemic Constellations Association


AFRICA
Cape Town
Robyn Lewis - The Inner Process





Blogs and Forums
Current Trends in Constellation
Trauma and Human Condition
Constellation Flow
Peer Practice for Facilitators
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Systemaufstellungen
Systemic Constellations Association


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The experiment is simple. Put a rat in a cage, alone, with two water bottles. One is just water. The other is water laced with heroin or cocaine. Almost every time you run this experiment, the rat will become obsessed with the drugged water, and keep coming back for more and more, until it kills itself.

But in the 1970s, a professor of Psychology in Vancouver called Bruce Alexander noticed something odd about this experiment. The rat is put in the cage all alone. It has nothing to do but take the drugs. What would happen, he wondered, if we tried this differently? So Professor Alexander built Rat Park. It is a lush cage where the rats would have coloured balls and the best rat-food and tunnels to scamper down and plenty of friends: everything a rat about town could want.

In Rat Park, all the rats obviously tried both water bottles, because they didn't know what was in them. But what happened next was startling.

The rats with good lives didn't like the drugged water. They mostly shunned it, consuming less than a quarter of the drugs the isolated rats used. None of them died. While all the rats who were alone and unhappy became heavy users, none of the rats who had a happy environment did.

Professor Alexander argues this discovery is a profound challenge both to the view that addiction is a moral failing caused by too much hedonistic partying, and the view that addiction is a disease taking place in a chemically hijacked brain. In fact, he argues, addiction is an adaptation to the cage.






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